J. Lo is slated to star in a new movie called Plan B, which, unfortunately, is not a rollicking comedy about the morning after pill. It's about having lots of babies!
According to the Hollywood Reporter, Plan B "centers on a single woman who conceives twins through artificial insemination (her Plan B) only to meet the man of her dreams (her Plan A) on the very same day." Is the writer of this dreck not aware that colloquially "Plan B" means something almost diametrically opposed to the plot of her movie? Does she know and not care? Is it supposed to be ironic? Will it be an abortion of good taste? So many questions! But also intriguing is the fact that she's not the only one to use the name "Plan B" for something non-hormonal pill related. Behold!
Plan B Entertainment: The production company co-founded by Brad Pitt, Jennifer Aniston and Brad Grey. Maybe an appropriate name because the partnership was "aborted" after Brad and Jen split — Brad stuck with plan B, and Jennifer has moved on to form her own company called Echo Films.
Plan B —The Album: By Huey Lewis and the News, circa 2001. Includes such classic tracks as "The Rhythm Ranch." However, in musicland there is also a Dexy's Midnight Runners song called "Plan B" and a British rapper called Plan B, whose first single was called "Mama (Loves A Crackhead)." How heartwarming!
Plan B — The Magazine: A London-based Indie music and culture magazine. The editor-in-chief is music journalist Everett True, who (at least according to Wikipedia), "Thackray is also renowned for being a champion of equality within music, whether sexual, gender-based or racial. Indeed, detractors have in the past labelled his supposed bias towards female-helmed bands to be over-zealous." This sounds like a Plan B we can get behind!
Plan B — The Original: the morning after pill that keeps those pesky possibly-fertilized eggs from implanting. We are grateful for its continued legality in the United States!
Jennifer Lopez Pencils In 'Plan B [Hollywood Reporter]